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The truth about protecting your social media accounts

For all the time, money, and effort that corporations spend on securing their data, email, websites, etc., there’s a surprisingly small amount of consideration given to corporate social media accounts. Need I remind you about Scriptkiddies’ hack of Fox @FoxNewsPolitics that put a number of secret service agents on high alert? Whether it’s your organizations [...]
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